Stuller Is Bringing Back its Bench Jeweler Workshop This Spring
The two-day event, slated for April 8-9, will again include the Battle of the Benches competition.
The supplier said the event will return to its headquarters in Lafayette, Louisiana, from April 8-9.
The two-day event will feature classes and demos from Stuller and industry experts, including the following.
--Fusion Welding, Laser Welding, and Laser Engraving demos;
--Applying Special Finishes;
--Repair & Profit;
--Stuller.com: Web-Based Tools; and
--Round table discussions with Stuller experts.
General admission to the event is $199, while student admission is priced at $99.
“Bench Jeweler Workshop is the ultimate educational and networking event for bench jewelers,” said Belit Myers, senior vice president of tools, metals, and findings. “After two years, we are excited to bring it back with several new classes and live demonstrations.”
The company has opened registration for the fifth annual Battle of the Benches competition.
It will be held on Stuller’s demonstration floor during the workshop and, this year, will feature four different mini challenges over the two days: Stone Setting Challenge, Parts & Pieces Challenge, Laser Engraving Challenge, and CAD Design Challenge.
“We have not had an event this big since 2019, and we are thrilled to welcome our customers back to Stuller,” said Director of Events Lauren Kessler. “Bench Jeweler Workshop weekend will be not only an educational one but a motivating one for all participating.”
For more information about the Bench Jeweler Workshop, visit Stuller.com.
Registration for the Battle of the Benches can be found on Stuller’s website as well. The deadline to enter is April 1.
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